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E-discourse as an Index of Innovation in Traditional Tertiary Education

E-discourse as an Index of Innovation in Traditional Tertiary Education

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Title: E-discourse as an Index of Innovation in Traditional Tertiary Education
Author: Ezza, Elsadig Yahya
Abstract: This paper is an attempt to redress the balance between traditional learning and e-learning from e-discourse perspective. The need to do so is given impetus by rather strong statements made by some advocates of the latter that present these types of learning as adversaries, ignoring the fact a number of e-concepts are incorporated into the former as indices of educational innovation. All things considered, it was contended that very soon it would be surprising to realize that people still enroll in traditional tertiary institutions (Al-Awar, 2011) [1]. E-discourse is introduced in this paper to substantiate the view that traditional learning and e-learning are two facets of the same educational truth. Viz. e-discourse does, in fact, integrate these types of learning since it is richly employed by both "virtual academicians" and their world counterparts to communicate academic facts. A number of e-discourse-related arguments have been developed in support of this analysis.
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/25863
Date: 2014


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